Humans have an amazing capacity for openness, a state of transparent vulnerability where we connect with each other to ensure safety and survival.
One of my lousy bosses (yes, I’ve had more than one) would make grand promises to staff and customers but kept few commitments. I learned not to trust his word.
You want to get from A to B in your life. However, sometimes you don’t know where you are or where you’re going.
You have those annoying coworkers. But did you ever consider that you may BE one?
You may have any number of reasons for wanting to take the next step up the organizational ladder. Maybe you’re currently overqualified and bored. Maybe you’ve outgrown your current position.
Mentoring at its best is a magical elixir which shaves years off your learning curve through mistakes unmade. Thank God, we’ve experienced the transformational spirit of amazing mentors.
There is immeasurable value in the knowledge and experience that allows us to be adaptable, versatile, and capable of continuing to serve. But a greater value may be found in helping those among us find new strategies and opportunities to succeed.
Negotiation is an important subject for women in their careers, whether they are job searching, seeking a promotion, or just wanting to learn this skill. I find that this is one of the most difficult topics for women to understand and act on appropriately.
One of the significant challenges employers face when an employee leaves is the loss of that individual’s institutional knowledge.
To help you figure out who belongs in the “don’t listen” category, here are five pieces of old school advice still dispensed by “career experts” to job hunters.